The key role of the RV in the pathogenesis of acute pulmonary oedema

MacIver, David H.; Clark, Andrew L.
December 2015
Heart;Dec2015, Vol. 101 Issue 23, p1929
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The pathophysiology of hypertensive acute heart failure," by D. M. Viau and colleagues in the 2015 issue.


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